My son took MPC but was not keen on going for his engineering. He did not get a good rank in his EAMCET as well. I approached Guidic and had my son take the test which said his forte was in business and management. Me and my wife along with my son were counseled on the test and the report and were satisfied to have our questions answered. My son is now in his first year of BBA and is faring very well in his exams and is keen to pursue his MBA from a top university.
- Sandeep K, 46, Hyderabad
I am in my 10th and I was not sure what to take up next. I found Guidic on facebook and took their Assessment Program. The Ideal Career Test showed that taking up Design and Art courses is suggested for me. My parents were skeptical and we all spoke to their Career Counselor. We also got guidance from an expert in the Design field which helped a lot and gave me and my parents the confidence to move ahead with the decision.
- Nandini, 15, Mumbai
After 2 years in the IT industry, I was frustrated as I was not enjoying my work and I was confused what to do next because right from my engineering days, I thought programming was what I wanted to do. I took the Ideal Career Test and it suggested that a career in Management is ideal for me. I spoke to their counselors and also their experts in this field who guided me and helped me set up a career plan. Am glad I approached Guidic and decided to change my career path at the right time.
- Pavan, 24, Delhi
I was worried about my daughter's higher studies and wanted to find out which field would be right for her. The assessment test helped a lot in identifying her interests and mapping them to her potential which is surprisingly accurate. And with the Career Counselor helping us out with our confusions and queries, we are confident we have made the right decision.
- Vishal, 46, Bangalore
How Career Assessments work?
Career assessments are tools that are designed to help individuals understand how a variety of personal attributes (i.e., interests, values, preferences, motivations, aptitudes and skills), impact their potential success and satisfaction with different career options and work environments. Assessments of some or all of these attributes are often used by individuals or organizations, such as university career service centers, career counselors, companies, corporate human resources staff, executive coaches, and guidance counselors to help individuals make more informed career decisions.
Career assessments are designed to discover the skills, aptitude and talents of candidates. A self-assessment can be a useful tool in assessing the areas in which a candidate has strengths and limitations. The results can be useful in helping candidates to choose a career that is in tune with their goals and talents. Overall these types of assessments have been proven to introduce more career options, increase satisfaction in one’s career plan and increase the understanding of oneself
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